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Vol. HI, No. 175.
, Honol-al-a. Saturday,. July 28, 1894.
Per Month. 50 Cts.
fkH I II El ill M H.ni!Lrfll!Lr.
EXCEPT SUNDAY BY THE
At King St (Thomas block),
Honolulu, H. I.
SUBSCRIPTION, per Month; 50 (Hs.
Tlio paper is delivered by Carriers in the
town; ana suburbs. Single Copies for Sale
at t&e News Dealers and at tne Office of
Edmund norrie,. -George
All Business Communications jsfeonldbe
addressed to George E Smithies Hono
lulu, H. I.
Correspondence and Communications lor
publication should be addressed to the Editor
Hawaii Holomua. No notice -will be paid
to any anonymous communications.
YOLNEY V. ASHFOED,
Attorney and Counselor .at Law,
Office, Site of the Old Bethel
West Corner of King and Bethel
A. P. PETERSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office: 113 Kaahumanu Stroet, Honolulu
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office: 113 Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
314 Merchant Street, Honolulu,
Mutual Telephone 415. 5 .
CLARENCE TV. ASHFORD,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
Office; Old Capitol Building, (Honolulu
Hale), adjoining Post Office,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 15 Kaahumanu St., Honolulu,
H. P. BERTELMANN,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
86 King Si, Boll Telephone 107.
F. H. REDWARDr
CONTRACTOR asd BUHNER,
No. 506 King Streot, Honolulu,
A. S. MEDEIROS & CO.,
Americas, English and Scotek
Tweeds oa hand. Fjrst-cUss
Hotel St, under Arlington Hotel, Honolulu
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Corner KING and BETHEL St.
AT ALL HOURS.
Both Telephones No. 113.
J. S. ANDRADE, Manager.
, june 15-tf.
Cenwr King asd Na&ura Streets.
EDV. "WOLTEB... .Ygr.
Tb Tuwat of LIQU01Fad
"BIO, seM wywiere ia Am Iovb.
Firt-3Ms ttodeBee. Call aad jiigt
Hack Sua, Cotar Km d
XMtMkti Sirttto. k HMikJi" All
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ATORXEr-AT-LAW & NOTARY PUBLIC,
Honolulu, H. I., JP
13 Kaahumanu Street jy24
MAOFABLANE & CO.
Dealers in Wines and Spirits
Kaahumawj Street, Honolulu.
PRACTICAL PLUMBER, GAS.FTTTEB
,S3" House and Ship Job Work
No. 71- King Street, Honolulu.
M. B. C. S. (Eng.) L. R. C. P. (Lond'.)
HAS REMOVED TO OFFICE FORMERLY
occupied by Dr. Foote, Corner ok
PUKCIIBOWL AND BeKETAXIA STREETS.
Mut. 234, Bell S41. ju29 1m
H. E. McLNTYRE & BRO.,
Grocery, Feed Store & Bakery,
King and Fort Sts.,
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Real Estate and General
CornerJFort and Queen Streets, Honolulu
Personal attention given to Sales
of Furniture, lioal Estate,
Stock and General
Mntnal TcleDhono 238
U. IiOSE5 '
Collector and GeneraVBusiness
Patentee oXoseTs Chemical
Compound -for Clarifying
Sub-Agent for several of the
FIRE INSURANCE COS.
Mutual Telephone a. P. O. Box 338.
.uercnant street, nonoiuiu.
BAY HORSE 53 SALOON !
P. McINERNY, Pbopbietob,
Fine Liquors, Wines and Beer.
Gorier Bethel amj Hotel Sts.
Honolulu Carriage Manufactory
W. W. ATOIGHT, Pbotoietor,
(Successor to Q. West).
CARRIAGE BUILDING asd REPAHUNG.
AH Orders from the Other Islands In the
Carriage Building, Trimming and Painting
Line -vvIU Meet with Prompt Attention:
Blacksmlthlnc in All Its Various Branches
Done. P. 0. Box 821. Nos. I2S and ISO
Fort StrccU jjW Iy
W. S. LUCE
"Wine and Sririt
Campbell Firt-proof Block, f
MERCHANT ST.. HONOLTJIlJ.
Another Invoice of the Vbrld
On draught and bj thfXffr J
Alo,-as a Spedfty,
Small Fresh -pJufonitx
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' wK , WHITE, RITMAM A CO. v
Business of & Fidncisf Nature Transacted.
Prompt attention given to ihs xs&s&gsmgnt
of Estates, Guardianships, Trusts, '
etc, etc., etc
OjjiceSy : Go-ttcrighl Buildirkj,
Merchant Street. Honolulu-
H. MAY & Coi,
98 Fort Street. - Honolulu
Families, Plantations and Ships
supplied with choicest
European & American Groceries
California Produce by Every '
Corner King ana Nuuann Streets.
S. I. SHAW.... Manager.
The Finest selection of LIQUORS and
BEER, sold anywhere in the town.
First-class attendance. Call and judge
for yourself. no 113-tf.
LEWIS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Gro
FRESR CALIFORNIA SALMON ON ICE
By Every Ban Francisco Steamer
Salt Salmon in Barrels
in Fort St., Honolulu. Tel. 240,
P O. Box 297.
407 FORT STREET, '
Mffifg png pavfliq
notel and Bethel Sts
On account of departure for
"Waianae with Phonograph,
Jy 19 J. A: VICTOR, Pror.
tana! M Woi
Between Alakea & Richard Sts
ffia&a rH loads of
are prepared to
Iroa Brass, Bronze; Zuk
Tia asd Lead Catisgv Ako
Gs&l Sepair Shop lor StauR Isgias,
Water Wkeris, WuS.lGBs,
iffMiawr tor tlw CWwPwg ef Ctgj
CMtor Oik, Bcmuv IMt, Wmi,
Piawppie LsftTe & otiMrlHimmaPVito,
WHITE, WTMAM A CO. v
k Closed for 2 Weeks
OHAS. GIRDLER, .
Importer and Commission
J. P. Costs' Machine Thread
Jonas Broot3 Machine Thread
Barbour Linen Thread '.
P. 0. Box 35S. Mutual Telephone" 356
13 Kaahnxaiu StieeL
Steamship :-: Co
'9 Time Talle.
S. S. A.TJSTHAiiI!.
Arrive Honolulu Leave Honolulu
fromS.F, for S, F. '"
Aug. 11 July 21.
Sept. 8 Aug. 18.
Oct. 6 Sept. 15.
Nov. 3 Oct 13..
Dec. 1 Nov. 13.
From San Fran, for Sydney.
' " Arrive Honolulu - -
Monowni .Aug 2
AlaiflTma Aug 30
Mariposa Sep 27
Alouowui Oct 25
From Sydney for San Francisco.
Alameda July. 26
Mariposa Aug 23,
Mmowai Sept 20
Alameda Oct 18
General Acent for
All Kinds of Needles for Sale and
Repairing Done. Damon VBlacfc,
Bethel Street, Honolulu. P. O.
Box 440. jy21-
FOOL and BILLIABD
H. J HEX t . . . Proprietor
A. G. CORREA,
HTATTOCNET AT LAWjB
107 Merchant Strai, Hooolulu
J J .
HAWAII'S "BLUE" LAWS
CONSTITUTION and LAWS
Framed l)y tlie Missionaries,
LAWS of the HAWAIIAN
10. OF MULTIPLYING LAND AGEXTS.
In the third Chapter, ninth section, 39th page, the fol
lowing words shall be inserted; "And their land agents."
It will then read thus. "It shall be the duty of those to
whom the King gives land a7uZ also of their land ag&nts, to
see that they do not establish," etc.
11. OF THETAX FOR THE YEAR 1841.
The following is the land tax for the year 1841, and is
published for the information of te tax officers, and of the
1. Money is the standard by which all taxes and assess
ments are to be estimated, and it would be very well if all
men would pay their taxes in money.
2. Kukui nuts are valuable propert-. In places whore
the kakui nuts abound, the tax shall be in those, according
to the seize of the land so the tax shall be apportioned out.
The price shall be a dollar and a half per barrel. Six bar
rels and two thirds will be equal to a fathom swine.
3. Arrow root is valaa'-Sfcepioporty. Where arrow root
is abundant the taxes shall be taken in arrow root. And the
tax shall be proportioned to the seize of the land. The price
shall bo the same as that of live pork, that is throe cent3
per pound. Three hundred tfud thirty-three pounds aro
equal to a fathom swine.
4. Turmerick is also a valuable article. "Where turmer
ick is abundunt, the taxes shall be in, that. The prico by
the pound shull bo same as that of arrow root.
5. Where none of these kinds of property can bo obtain
ed, and fish are abundant, there the taxshall'be laid in fish;
and shall bo in proportion to what tho tax of the land would
be in mono-. If tho land would be taxed a fathom swine,
then there shall bo an amount of fish equal in value to ton
6. If none of tho articles mentioned above can be ob
tained, then tho tax officer shall ascertain whethor there bo
any other article of a fixed value, but if the people possess
no such article, then swine wilL bo taken.
7. Furthermore, every man shall carry his taxes to a Dlaco
suitable for vessels to go and receive them, to such place .
too as the tax officer shall appoint.
These taxes are confined to the present year, but if found
to oe suitable, will be continued, bat if not, will be aban
OF ARTICLES O.V THE
In the third Chapter, section 20th, on the 53rd page, tbo
following words shall be inserted: "But tho Ohia Lohua
which one man can clasp shall not be tabooed. All persons
shall have a right to take it. Sor shall there be any taboo
on those things which are lying on the top of the ground,
nor on tho fruit of the trees, or roots growing in the ground.
It shall be improper for the konohiki to taboo any other
article except timber.
13. OF THOSE WHO ARE ABSE.NT OK THE LABOR DAYS.
In the third Chapter, third section, on the 20th page,
certain words aro erased, and certain other shall be insert
ed. The following words shall be erased; "twenty-jive
(Wife," and the words inserted shall bo, "one rial," and al
&o?tfl&nd agents and officers shalL not refuse that price." It
, ;will,then read as follows: "Ho that gives previous notice
shall pay one rial, and the land agents and officers shall not
, .refuse that price."
14. OF THE KiTEBCHANGE OF LABOR WEEKS.
The Noble have agreed that the people shall labor on two
weeks for the King and land agents. If it bo agreed that
those two weeks shall be in succession it is well, and if it
be agreed to work on one and pass one, or to exchange,
ffiaf slej-k ic troll
In the twelfth Chapter, at.the end of the first section, on
the 81st page, tho following words shall be iusrted; ''But
if the criminal choose to pay a fine iu money or other pro
perty, and so escape irons it is well, though in thatespecfc
it shall be as he can agree with the one whom he cursed;
the judges also seeing that there is a 'due proportion be
tween the crime and panishmenL
16. OF THE PEOPLEhVHO WOSS ON THE LABOR DAYS.
The following words ara inserted in the third section, on
the twenty-ninth page. "Bat if a wan go abroad, and the
labor day of the Kia03" kingdom arrives, if the strngar
labor, it shkll tkm be the "duty of iha tax officar io fjiva'
km a oertificttte, aad thaa he shall not be rqairsd to wbxk
agaia whem k rtura to his owa phtee.
kODNTAIXS WHICH ARE TABOO.